How many people can sleep on the bus?
The bus has room for 6 guests. All beds are fully equipped with electricity, lighting, netted storage and a privacy curtain
Does the bus have a toilet and shower?
Yes and no...
Who drives the bus?
If you are coming along on one of our 5-day adventure trips around the highlands the bus will be driven by our founder Angus. Throughout the week Angus and potentially one other member of The Bonnie Camper crew will host your trip and supply you with everything from food to mountain bikes.
Should I get travel insurance?
As the trip involves a large amount of outdoor activities we do recommend that you purchase travel insurance should the worst happen.
What if I don't want to take part in all the activities?
This is no problem at all! The great thing about the areas that we visit in the bus is that there is plenty to do. So, if you are not quite feeling up for an afternoon of kayaking you are more than welcome to venture into the local towns or take a hike up one of the surrounding mountains.
Is there a veggie / vegan food option?
Yes, of course! As part of the booking process we kindly ask you to fill in your dietary requirements so that we can accommodate to your preferences.
Where are the pick-up and drop-off points?
Our designated pick-up and drop-off points are in Edinburgh. We are felxible in terms of where in Edinburgh and have set points for guests arriving from the airport or the city centre.
Is this bus available for families?
Yes of course! However, due to our seating and seatbelt set-up we are unable to carry passengers younger than 12. Therefore we are are only able to take families with children aged 12 and older.
Can I bring my dog?
As much as we love our furry friends we unfortuantly don't currently allow dogs on the bus.
What locations do we visit on the 5-day trip?
Our 5-day adventure trip spends 2 nights near Aviemore at a place called Glenmore right in the heart of the Cairngorms and the 2 nights near Kinlochleven surrounded by the stunning Glencoe mountains.